New Jersey native P.Dice has returned with a bang.
The WonderBoy Music recording artist’s new single “100 Bandz,” which features French Montana and Hakeem Roze, is a proud statement of dominance. The track starts off with Hakeem Roze’s smooth delivery over a trap-style beat as he sings: “We ain’t worried bout none of you, you know when that money be callin’ you, 100 bands 100 bands 100 bands.” Roze, under the guise of a catchy hook, lets the entire hip-hop game know that he isn’t the least bit afraid of competition. The hook gains more weight as the beat drops, and Roze’s hook is delivered with more emphasis. P.Dice a.k.a Slice catches the first verse with a fast yet choppy rhythm as he raps: “I think imma need some more rubber bands, I gotta bring something need for the bumper man, I got a chick from Belize with a summer tan.” Slice continues to talk about his ownership of possessions and females throughout the track. One of the more interesting lines of the verse is Slice’s possible shot at the OG’s of hip-hop: “Man, these old-heads weak and I go so hard.” Could P.Dice be calling out rappers he sees as outdated? Dice concludes his verse with a statement echoing French Montana’s catch phrase: I’m a motherf–in’ Wonderboy.
French Montana slows down the pace of the song when he comes on the scene. His first few bars are delivered without the backing of the trap-style drums, but Montana quickens his flow when the drums eventually come in.“Take my time got to make it count/phone gonna ring that’s a brown bag/clothing line that’s another lick/hit them streets with another hit”
The track continues with a bit of mumble-rap from the crisp voice of Hakeem Roze and repeats the hook a few times before ending. If you’re planning on throwing a house party any time soon, make sure to put “100 bandz” on your playlist. You can listen to the track here: